My days are chocked full of what is necessary: mealtimes thrice a day, doling out snacks, sorting/washing/folding laundry, nursing the baby, changing diapers, sweeping and washing floors, loading and unloading dishes from the dishwasher, baths, slathering sunblock, kissing boo-boos, combing hair, fixing ponytails, reading stories, playing dolls, building block towers, de-escalating arguments, pushing swings, watering flowers, refilling water bottles. Fortunately, the mundane is interspersed with moments of laughter, silliness and cherished memories.
When you add in t-balls games, library trips, playgroups/playdates, appointments, errands, and grocery shopping the busy days get even busier.
In order to keep the business functioning, I check and respond to business emails on my phone at stop lights and while the little boy nurses. Mandated afternoon "breaks" at home mean I can usually squeeze in an hour or so of sewing while everyone rests/naps; I then work as much as possible after the small ones are all in bed at night, often sewing until my eyes are heavy and I stop for fear of making big mistakes or putting a needle through my finger.
To preserve my own sanity I've started pushing myself to get out and ride 3-4 times a week. It helps to clear my head and reset my temperament, allowing me to be a better mom, wife and seamstress when I get back. Some days the pull to stay home and check things off my to-do list is tough to overcome but it's getting easier as I continue to crank out miles.
So yeah, blogging? It's such a low priority it's about to fall off my to-do list. Same for most of my usual haunts: Pinterest, Facebook, message boards. If you really want to see periodic glimpses you can catch me on Instagram more often than anywhere else but even that isn't regular.
But it's okay if I'm not here very often. Right now I've got other places to be...